Local Attractions

There is so much to see and do.

 

The market town of Narberth to the south has a good selection of smaller shops with great foodie options and interesting craft outlets.

 

The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park organises all types of activity days for children and adults throughout the year.

 

The market towns of Cardigan (the nearest town at 14 miles) and Carmarthen are well worth a visit. Oakwood Theme Park is half an hour away.

 

Cultural attractions include lots of open-air theatre in the local castle grounds during the summer; live music (ethnic, classical and folk) at Theatre Mwldan in Cardigan and in Narberth; and all the usual theatre productions.

 

There are two fishing lakes nearby.

 

Useful Links

Visit Pembrokeshire

(Useful site to find out about all the sites and activities available in Pembrokeshire)

 

Pembrokeshire Beaches

(A guide to Pembrokeshire beaches)

 

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park

(All about Pembrokeshire Coast National Park)

 

Pembrokeshire Coast National Trail

(Excellent site for planning walks and tours, with superb photos and detailed information)

 

Pembrokeshire Coast Bus Service

(Use this site to find out about all the various shuttle bus services that can help you round Pembrokeshire and the coastal path)

 

Pembrokeshire Online

 

(A useful site to find out about Things To Do and Events throughout the year)

 

Ceredigion Coastal Path

(This is an extension to the Pembrokeshire coastal path from Cardigan to Ynys-las, north of Aberystwyth)

 

Discover Carmarthenshire

(Useful site to find out about all the sites and activities available in Carmarthenshire)

 

Wales Coast Path

(Wales Coast Path website with all the information you will need to plan your walks and learn about all the things you can do and see (The Wales Coast Path, officially launched on 5th May 2012, made Wales the first country in the world to have a formal trail the whole way around its coast. Furthermore, the Wales Coast Path (which is 870 miles long) joins up with Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail to provide 1,030 miles of walking opportunities right around the Welsh border. The sheer size and brilliance of the Path has already received public recognition with Coastal Wales being acknowledged as the world’s top destination to visit in 2012 by Lonely Planet, the travel guide experts)

 

Visit Wales Welsh Coast Path

(Visit Wales site with link to the Coast Path for more information)

 

 

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Welsh Wildlife Centre Narberth Food Festival Really Wild Festival

Pembrokeshire Fish Week Heatherton World of Adventure Oakwood Theme Park Bluestone Blue Lagoon

National Botanical Gardens Aberglasney Gardens Tenby Blues Festival Celtic Quest Coasteering
Folly Farm Dragon Reptiles Stackpole Inn Jabajak
       
       
Pembrokeshire Paragliding Legendary Welsh Adventure